Mind the Gap on the Today Show

ICYMI: The Today Show visited Mind the Gap!

In case you missed it, our Mind the Gap participants weighed in on the "Ok Boomer" trend.

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Mind the Gap on the Today Show

ICYMI: The Today Show visited Mind the Gap!

"Sing Street to transfer to Broadway this spring"

"The new stage production, based on the John Carney film of the same name, will transfer from its world premiere at New York Theatre Workshop directly to Broadway this spring. Performances will begin at the Lyceum Theatre on March 26, with the official opening night set for April 19." - Entertainment Weekly

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"Sing Street to transfer to Broadway this spring"

"Meet the Kids Who’ll Make ‘Sing Street’ Rock"

Members of the SING STREET cast describe their characters in the show, how they got started, and their favorite 80's acts in The New York Times. Photo by Timothy O'Connell.

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"Meet the Kids Who’ll Make ‘Sing Street’ Rock"

"André De Shields, Josh Groban, More Set For New York Theatre Workshop’s 2020 Gala"

André De Shields, Amber Gray, Patrick Page (HADESTOWN), Josh Groban and Dave Malloy (NATASHA, PIERRE & THE GREAT COMET OF 1812), Rachel Brosnahan (THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL), Anna Deavere Smith (FIRES IN THE MIRROR), Taylor Mac (GARY), Heather Christian (ANIMAL WISDOM), and The Bengsons (HUNDRED DAYS) have been announced to appear at our annual gala on February 3, 2020 at Capitale. Ana Gasteyer (WICKED) will host. Kevin Cahoon (GLOW) will direct, Josh Koenigsberg (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK) is writing the script, and William Shuler (PIPPIN national tour) will direct the music.

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"André De Shields, Josh Groban, More Set For New York Theatre Workshop’s 2020 Gala"

Greta Gerwig and Oscar Isaac to Star in Three Sisters at NYTW

Have you heard? The Village Bike’s Greta Gerwig (Lady BirdFrances Ha) and Hamlet’s Oscar Isaac (Star Wars: The Last JediInside Llewyn Davis) have joined our production of Three Sisters, which will be directed by NYTW Usual Suspect and Tony Award winner Sam Gold.

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Greta Gerwig and Oscar Isaac to Star in Three Sisters at NYTW

NYTW on Broadway: SLAVE PLAY

We had the great fortune of premiering SLAVE PLAY in our 2018/19 season, and we're overjoyed for playwright Jeremy O. Harris and director Robert O'Hara making their Broadway debuts! Whether you made it downtown to catch the show with us or you plan to see it for the first time on Broadway, we hope you'll continue to support these incredible artists!

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NYTW on Broadway: SLAVE PLAY

NYTW on Broadway & Beyond: Hadestown

We've watched HADESTOWN grow, from the early summer residency at Dartmouth in 2014 through the World Premiere that completely transformed our theatre. Now... Let's welcome HADESTOWN back to New York!

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NYTW on Broadway & Beyond: Hadestown

NYTW on Broadway & Beyond: What the Constitution Means to Me

From the NYTW stage to a five-week transfer run at Greenwich House Theater, it's been a privilege to witness the power of theatre to bring us together for a shared experience. This year, Heidi Schreck, Mike Iveson, Rosdely Ciprian and Thursday Williams and director Oliver Butler headed uptown to make their Broadway debuts (!!!). We’re so excited for the show as it will start its national tour next January.

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NYTW on Broadway & Beyond: What the Constitution Means to Me

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